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Thinking of making the cut?
Having thin hair is a blessing—it’s quite easy to manage because your hair is naturally straight. But because it’s so fine, it also tends to fall flat, and it isn’t so good at holding up curls either. If ever you feel like
She sported a chic multi-tail at Paris Fashion Week!
Another Paris Fashion Week appearance, another Heart Evangelista look we’re bound to double-tap.The actress and fashion star has her hands full, strutting the streets of Paris as she runs to one engagement after another at Paris Fashion Week. And what an exhilarating
Locks that never seem to go out of place.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 fever is still on as the month-long event comes to its final—and perhaps most anticipated—stages. And if you're anything like us (read: style-obsessed), you'd somehow notice the competition is fierce not only in the pitch, but also
Suits her, really.
Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach recently celebrated her birthday in Manila with a series of parties with family and friends and she did so with a bang. Well, a full set of bangs, that is.Queen P traded her usual long, wavy locks for
Braids and top knots to the rescue!
Months after you take the plunge and finally get a pixie cut or a bob à la Anna Wintour, your hair enters this weird awkward stage where it takes the role of a high school misfit. It's always either too short or too long
A hairstylist weighs in on the styles you should be sporting.
Any girl who’s more committed to having perfect hair than she is with any of her relationships would know how stressful it is to travel without her arsenal of styling tools. If she’s lucky, the hotel will have a blow dryer stashed
Her idea of a makeover? Cutting off 90% of her hair.
Is it global warming? Is it feminism? Is it trendsetting? Whatever it is, all we know is that Jennifer Hudson is rocking her newest hair style.The American Idol singer and Oscar winner showed off much shorter hair than her previous pixie on
It's the perfect match to all that fringe you've been hoarding.
For Rebecca Minkoff’s bohemian rock-inspired F/ W 2015 collection, Orlando Pita of TRESemmé suggested an equally carefree yet edgy ‘do—the undone tousled style. The collection was inspired by Patti Smith's evocative memoir "Just Kids,” a vivid portrait of bohemian New York in the late ‘60s
Stuck in a concrete paradise? Learn from these beach-loving college girls from IMC.
The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is known not only to be the home of dragons but also for being a galleon—treading and beating against the current of the sea. No wonder the girls in this campus love flaunting their
And where did her hair go?
Tyra Banks' new pixie haircut has left her feeling "very exposed."The 41-year-old model has admitted that going for the chop was a very scary process, having been famed for her "long, golden hair" for so many years.Tyra said: "I had long, golden
Blue hair, don't care!
[UPDATED: March 13, 2015 - 4:05pm]Having produced various National Artists in the Philippines, it is only natural to come across creative and avant-garde individuals at the campus of the University of the Philippines Diliman. I mean, how many times have we all
Vidal Sassoon invited us to an afternoon of liberation.
Following the debut of Bianca Gonzalez’s multi-colored bob, Vidal Sassoon once again celebrated the liberation of style. With a pop-up salon set up in the middle of Bonifacio High Street, selected consumers could walk in and turn their limp locks into edgy
A quick look at some of the best hair sprays on the market.
There’s a reason why there’s a musical named after this stuff. Born in the 1950s shortly after the invention of the aerosol spray can, the revolutionary packaging brought forth a wave of hair possibilities forward. Think the ‘70s punk kids, the high
We list the top onscreen looks of one of the most gorgeous actresses of our time.
Star Cinema is known for switching things up with their actors and actresses by changing their hair (sometimes their weight) to conform to the personality of the character they play. Bea Alonzo is a great example: being one of the most in-demand
No peg? No problem! We give you bridal hair and makeup looks to guide you and your stylists in the right direction.
As our top bridal makeup artists shared, sometimes it's best to bring a peg when deciding on your look for the big day. But instead of looking through an international glossy, find inspiration in images of women of the same race and
L'Oreal Professionel and Schwarzkopf let us in on the runway-inspired trends set to invade the salons.
Introducing key looks for the season, big hair industry giants, L'Oreal Professionel and Schwarzkopf presented their trend forecasts for all of Manila's top stylists to feast on. From razor-sharp precision bobs to auburn locks laced with bright red highlights, the crop of
Pantene's Barney Martin shows us four styles perfect kept for a night on the town.
1. After shampoo, blow dry hair as usual.2. Go over the edges of the hair with a round brush to give ends some bounce. 3. Set hair in large velcro rollers to set and leave for thirty minutes. 4. Using a diffuser,
Open your doors to a wider array of styles with faux strands to help you ahieve greater lengths.
In the same way that makeup allows us to transform our look from sweet to vampy in the span of a few minutes, our hair also benefits greatly from a little tweaking. But with our preferences for hairstyles changing as often as
Cop Anne Gonzalez's flirty curly ponytail from her Best Dressed shoot.
It's hard not to fall in love with Havaianas' Anne Gonzalez's refined feminine aesthetic. From her sophisticated pencil skirts to her dainty dresses, she displays how the modern working woman ought to dress. But more than lusting after her pink patent Louboutins
We give Shalani Soledad a virtual makeover with the help of some great sets of hair.
From presidential girlfriend to public servant to co-host on one of the Philippines’ most watched game shows, Shalani Soledad has come a long way in the public spotlight. Gracing the cover of Yes! Magazine’s January 2011 issue together with another scene-stealing lady,